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Bush billboard on I-35: "Miss me yet?"

Bush billboard on I-35:

Looming over the southbound lanes of Interstate 35 in Wyoming, Minn., is a grinning portrait of former President George W. Bush, asking "Miss me yet?" At a time when President Obama's approval ratings are cratering ...


Obama's Approval Rating Hits A New Low: POLL

President Obama's approval rating continues to slump, according to a new Marist University poll out on Monday. The poll showed that 44 percent of registered voters approve of the job Obama is doing as president, while 47 percent disapprove.


Obama: Below 50 percent approval

President Obama's job-approval rating has slipped below 50% in the Gallup Poll for the first time in his presidency, pulled down by concerns about the economy, federal spending and health care legislation. In daily tracking from Tuesday through ...


Obama's job approval rating falls to 50% in poll

The figure is a new low for the president in the Gallup Poll. He reached that point more quickly than most of his predecessors did. President Obama, who won the White House with an electoral college landslide and enjoyed soaring public approval for the job he was doing in the weeks following his inauguration, has fallen to a 50% job approval rating in the newest daily tracking of the Gallup Poll released just now.


Obama Approval Ratings Slip in Poll

Support for Obama's health-care effort declined over the past five weeks as Congress struggled to finalize legislation and attention focused on its high price, a new WSJ/NBC News poll finds.


Fed job approval rating lower than IRS: Gallup poll

Americans think the Federal Reserve is doing a worse job than even the much-maligned Internal Revenue Service.


Obama Approval Ratings Decline on Central Issues

Washington Post-ABC News Poll | Public view of president slips on key issues, such as health-care reform, economy and federal budget deficit.


Obama Off To Strong Start In First 100 Days, Poll Finds

Obama Off To Strong Start In First 100 Days, Poll Finds

Barack Obama's performance in the first 100 days of his presidency draws strong public approval in a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, but there is decidedly less support for his recent decision to release previously secret government memos on the interrogation of terrorism suspects, an initiative that reveals deep partisan fissures.

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